Loosely based on Shazzie’s Cardamom Cooler, this is an enzyme rich treat with an Indian flare! The half papaya should yield 2 cups. In case you haven’t used papaya before, you want to look for one that has a yellow ring around where the stalk is. When it is blotchy with yellow spots and yields to the touch, it is...

Recipe Directions

1. Put everything, including the date soak water, into the blender and blend until smooth and creamy.

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By SuLuLu

Loosely based on Shazzie’s Cardamom Cooler, this is an enzyme rich treat with an Indian flare!

The half papaya should yield 2 cups. In case you haven’t used papaya before, you want to look for one that has a yellow ring around where the stalk is.

When it is blotchy with yellow spots and yields to the touch, it is ripe.

A note about Saigon cinnamon--buy it if you can find it! It has a natural sweetness that makes it taste like Red Hots.

This is so exotic and delicious, I had it for breakfast and dinner today!

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WONDERFUL! This recipe had me signing up to be a part of this site. I was getting bored with bananas in everything and missing having CHAI - this definately help my withdrawal! thanks!

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Oh my! This sounds yummmmmmy! (And thanks for the papaya-picking tips, I'm a papaya newbie. Give me mangos, and I'm good... but papayas have always eluded me.)

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WONDERFUL! This recipe had me signing up to be a part of this site. I was getting bored with bananas in everything and missing having CHAI - this definately help my withdrawal! thanks!

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Oh my! This sounds yummmmmmy! (And thanks for the papaya-picking tips, I'm a papaya newbie. Give me mangos, and I'm good... but papayas have always eluded me.)

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